He has performed at a number of great venues throughout the world including New York’s Weill Recital Hall at Carnegie Hall, CCOM Concert Hall in Beijing, Shenzhen Concert Hall, National Forum of Music in Wroclaw and the Warsaw National Philharmonic Hall.
His studies were with Ludmila Kasyanenko, Jerzy Sulikowski, Solomon Mikowsky and Katarzyna Popowa-Zydroń. He participated in piano master classes under Paul Badura-Skoda, Gary Graffman, Ivan Moravec, Andrei Gavrilov, Boris Berman, Mikhail Voskresensky, Dina Yoffe and had supplementary sessions with Arie Vardi, Dmitri Bashkirov, Ewa Pobłocka.
Kośmieja has been a part of and performed at many international piano festivals including: The International Festival of Contemporary Music “Warsaw Autumn”, Beijing Modern Music Festival, Toronto International Electroacoustic Symposium, Shenzhen International Music Festival “Belt & Road”, Festivalul Internațional Craiova Muzicală in Romania, Musica Electronica Nova in Wroclaw, International Contemporary Music and Visual Arts Festival “Mózg” and International Piano Festivals in Spain to name a few. He has also toured as a soloist, performing in several countries such as Japan, China, Mongolia, France, Czech Republic, Italy and many more.
In 2016 he released his debut solo album on the DUX label titled “Serocki – Complete Works for Solo Piano”, which has gone on to receive critical acclaim around the world. In 2017 he appeared on Stefan Weglowski’s album Contemporary Jewish Music (KAIROS).
Adam Kośmieja holds a DMA degree in Music Performance from The Feliks Nowowiejski Academy of Music in Bydgoszcz, Poland where he is currently teaching.
In 2019 Adam recorded for PWM Polish Publishers: Elzbieta Sikora’s Piano Concerto (2000) with Sinfonia Varsovia under Bassem Akiki and Tadeusz Wielecki’s Numerous Branches of Ramified Plaits (1988) for clarinet, piano and cello with Andrzej Bauer and Julian Paprocki. These recordings are a part of “100 For 100” box set – an exclusive set documenting the last 100 years of Polish music. The box set received two “Fryderyk” music awards in 2020 in two categories: Album of the year symphonic music and the most outstanding recording of polish music.